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to senator mitch mcconnell demanding that the filibuster of nlrb nominations come to an end. >> without the nlrb, 80 million private sector workers will have nowhere to turn for legal protection. hardworking americans deserve better than mitch mcconnell's political stunts. >> a pillar of american justice is if you don't have a remedy then you don't have meaningful rights. >> our republican colleagues treat labor rights as toxic. they're wrong. >> if you don't have a remedy, you don't have meaningful rights. supreme court of labor law, the nlrb has been inoperable for a year and a half. it's really astounding. i mean, think about just turning off the supreme court for a year and a half. all those big decisions that came down the last few weeks, all the consequences for people seeking redress, gone, shuttered. there are real consequences the nlrb. it oversees all kinds of cases. if your boss illegally withholds wages or benefits, if your boss fires you for a facebook post about safety or salary in the workplace, fires for you trying to organize fellow workers, all those disputes would wor
happened here. >> arthur walk, thank you for your expertise. >> sure. >>> up next, mitch mcconnell's off-key attack on his new senate opponent. and just a reminder, you can listen to my radio program every weekday morning at 9:00 eastern on sirius xm's channel 124. this is "hardball," the place for politics. i'm tony siragusa and i'm training guys who leak a little, to guard their manhood with new depend shields and guards. the discreet protection that's just for guys. now, it's your turn. get my training tips at [ herbie ] eh, hold on brent, what's this? mmmm, nice car. there's no doubt, that's definitely gonna throw him off. she's seen it too. oh this could be trouble. [ sentra lock noise ] oh man. gotta think fast, herbie. back pedal, back pedal. [ crowd cheering ] oh, he's down in flames and now the ice-cold shoulder. one last play... no, game over! gps take him to the dog house. [ male announcer ] make a powerful first impression. the all-new nissan sentra. ♪ thto fight chronic. osteoarthritis pain. the all-new nissan sentra. to fight chronic low back pain. to
the two top senators, harry reid and mitch mcconnell. strong words, some would say a lack of decorum. >> it's a sad, sad day for the united states senate and if we don't pull back from the brink here, my friend, the majority leader is going to be remembered as the worst leader osenate eve. stuart: the issue at stake there, president obama's pro union, nlrb and pointees to it. harry reid wants to get rid of the filibuster and get appoint east through with 50 votes instead of the traditional 60. and now look at the price of gas, please. if you listened to us yesterday and filled up the tank, you saved money. gas prices rising 3 cents overnight, 8 cents in the past week. 3.55 is the national average for a gallon of regular right now. patrick dehaan from gas buddy joins us and he'll tell us where to from here. my guess is is straight up. you're going to smile. record highs for stocks again yesterday and likely to open just a tad higher this morning. and then we have amazon stock on fire. and after reporting strong sales last month, here is the question of the day. is amazon the new apple
demonstration on the senate floor when the two leaders, mitch mcconnell and the republican leader harry reid, the democratic leader were fighting over the potential for changing filibuster rules which democrats might want to do to get some of the president's appointees through more quickly. republicans have been holding them up and it triggered this bit of trash talk which was greater than i've seen in a long time. take a listen to this. >> these are dark days in the history of the senate. we witnessed the majority leader break his word to the united states senate. >> no matter how often my friend rudely talks about me not breaking my word, i'm not going to respond talking about how many times he's broken his word. >> what the majority leader has been saying here all along is he wants the confirmation process to be speedy, and for the minority to sit down and shut up. and if we don't pull back from the brink here, my friend, the majority leader, will be remembered as the worst leader of the senate ever. >> there is lots of time for name calling. i'm going to continue to try to speak in a ton
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